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6, Powis-aq., \V. ’Phone: Park 1 97 IVIISS BETTY ITX •• jjjg ('o^ptirnists.- Prince of Wales’s Theatre

6, Powis-aq., \V. ’Phone: Park 1 97 IVIISS BETTY ITX •• jjjg ('o^ptirnists.- Prince of Wales’s Theatre

6, Powis-aq., \V. ’Phone: Park 97 IVIISS BETTY •• ('o^ptirnists. - Prince of Wales’s Theatre CHESTER MISS FLORENCE HELM. siders Wiutouf. Hie general man- Theatre Royal. Edinbunth. :|,f r ' , a ot , " ,k , e(, l a1 1,1 . Disengaged Spring. 1923. • here ha\© been various Neiled sug
February 8, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL

PROVINCIAL

ABERDEEN —Mrs. Green. 25. Marischal st BIRMINGHAM.—Vauffhan. 79. Summer hiil-rd. BIRMINGHAM.—Mrs. Wilson, 134, Cregoc street. BIRMINGHAM Mrs. Hughes, 136, Crogoe-street. BIRMINGHAM—Vac. Sun. Nice comb, near theatres; highly rec. HARRIGAN 132. Belgrave-rd. BLACK BERN.- Mrs. Jenni
February 8, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BULLDOG DRUMMOND

BULLDOG DRUMMOND

(BLUE Co.)
February 8, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WRITE FOR PARTICULARS OF THE ORCHESTRAL SUBSCRIPTION. SIBYL WARD S RECITAL. BOHEMIAN CONCERTS REVIVED.

WRITE FOR PARTICULARS OF THE ORCHESTRAL SUBSCRIPTION. SIBYL WARD S RECITAL. BOHEMIAN CONCERTS REVIVED.

This versatile ami indefatigable The Crystal Palate and Orchestral actress-.reciter was completely success- Society are reviving their Bohemian ful in her ambitious venture the concerts, which were such a success in Julian Hall in adding to her portrait pre-war days. For these c
February 8, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PETER BERNARD,!

PETER BERNARD,!

21, HIGH STREET, BLOGMSBURY, W.C. (Just off Charing Cross Road and New Oxford Street) SPRING STYLES IN SONGS NOW READY. Have YOU Heard
February 8, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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KEMBLE SOCIETY

KEMBLE SOCIETY

Following its policy of producing claa.sical ami co-tunic plays, the KPmhle, Society presented If 1 were King” at the Mary Ward Settlement, Tavistock-sqnare, with marked success. The entire production, played on curtains, was most creditable (the only weakness being in the light
February 8, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A Way In It/y.ViwfrSmy

A Way In It/y.ViwfrSmy

A Way Charming- Ciceley Debenham (i) will appear in "The Cousin from Nowhere” when presently it is done at the Princes Theatre; likewise Helen Gilliland (7). Florence Saunders (3', from the Old Vic, is to appear in the Mexican play, “The Bad Man,” shortly to be done at the New Th
February 8, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

February 8, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
6.15 CROYDON EMPIRE.B.3O HILDA GLYDER. JACK & EVELYN. PENROSE & WHITLOCK. ERIC RANDOLPH. JANE CROFT. ARTHUR JACOBSON. BOND ROWELL. SELBINI

6.15 CROYDON EMPIRE.B.3O HILDA GLYDER. JACK & EVELYN. PENROSE & WHITLOCK. ERIC RANDOLPH. JANE CROFT. ARTHUR JACOBSON. BOND ROWELL. SELBINI

DUO. ZIBKA & JEROME. 6,3O«SUNGTON EMPIRE.9.O TUCKER. HARRY HERBERT. HARRY HEMSLEY. EFFIE MANN. RUTH ASTOR. BARTON & ASHLEY. PHIL. PARSONS. THE DOVES. THE REEGOES.
February 8, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ACCRINGTON

ACCRINGTON

PR I NCR'S THEATRE - K. M.. Mr. Fred W. Greeen.—Barbara Castleton and Baby Richard Headrick in ” The Child Thou NE\V M HIPPODROMK M . Mr. Donald O. Clark; Mus. D.. Mr. Fred 11 Jackson —Lee Bastiens, a troupe of seven daring equilibrists, are prominent feature in the bill. Doroth
February 8, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England